Commercial, Industrial, Sourcing Renewables, Wind - September 6, 2017
Case study: Scaling renewables to match the enterprise
This case study, presented by Edison Energy, outlines the approach taken by Iron Mountain to increase its use of renewable energy through a series of transactions right-sized for its needs.
Iron Mountain's journey underscores one of the central challenges of expanding the U.S. renewables market: How do companies that can't offtake utility-scale projects on their own participate? Can smaller companies source renewables? Can bigger companies assemble portfolios of renewable energy built up from smaller-than-utility scale tranches of off-take? The answer is a resounding yes.
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